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: ' THE ROCKER '

Short story by Oliver Onions
Read by Georgie Henschel

Contributors

Story By: Oliver Onions
Read By: Georgie Henschel

: MOZART

Piano Sonata in F (K.332) Piano Sonata in G (K.283)
Piano Sonata in A minor (K.310) played by Kathleen Long
Another programme of Mozart's piano music, by Nina Milkina : August 6

Contributors

Played By: Kathleen Long
Music By: Nina Milkina

: THE MUSE IN THE NURSERY

P. H. Newby speaks about the interest taken by the contemporary novelist in the child mind

Contributors

Unknown: P. H. Newby

: HENRY WOOD PROMENADECONCERTS

Joan Alexander (soprano) Frederick Grinke (violin)
David Martin (violin) Ronald Smith (piano)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
Conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent
(Continued in next column)
Bach-Holst
Part 1

Contributors

Soprano: Joan Alexander
Violin: Frederick Grinke
Violin: David Martin
Piano: Ronald Smith
Conducted By: Sir Malcolm Sargent

: HOLBROOK JACKSON

An appreciation by Daniel George
Holbrook Jackson died last month at the age of seventy-three. Daniel George , who was his friend for many years, gives an appreciation of the Anatomist of Bibliomania,' author of The Eighteen Nineties and many other critical works

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel George
Unknown: Holbrook Jackson
Unknown: Daniel George

: PROMENADE CONCERT

Part 2
From the Royal Albert Hall. London

: BRITAIN'S ECONOMIC POSITION IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

1-External
Hrothgar Habbakuk is a Fellow of Pembroke College and Lecturer in Economic History at Cambridge. His subject is the change in the position of Britain in the world's economy

Contributors

Unknown: Hrothgar Habbakuk

: VLADIMIR DE PACHMANN

(Born July 27, 1848)
Herbert Fryer recalls memories of the pianist and plays some of his gramophone records

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert Fryer

: An appreciation of SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE

by Geoffrey Grigson
Reader, Robert Marsden '
Produced by James McFarlan

Contributors

Reader: Geoffrey Grigson
Reader: Robert Marsden
Produced By: James McFarlan

: JOHN TAVERNER

Mass (Small Devotion) sung by the Renaissance Singers
Conductor, Michael Howard
(The recorded broadcast of June 23 repeated)

Contributors

Conductor: Michael Howard

: GEORGE SANTAYANA

An appreciation by Salvador de Madariaga

Contributors

Unknown: Salvador de Madariaga








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